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Movie Star Crushes

My first movie star crush, Paul Newman, a sucker for blue eyes.  Saw Him in "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" in a drive-in with my family.  (1969 )  The next big crush was Christopher Reeve in "Superman" (1978)  Then Liam Neeson ( before all the action flixs )  Finally  Matt Damon.  He just seems like a good family man. 


Ladies, how about you?   ---  Christine

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Forgot to add Denzel Washington.  😘 One of my all-time favorites and probably my current crush. Mr. Washington, please accept my apologies for leaving you out initially. 


---  Christine

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James Garner in Maverick was an early crush, but mostly I think because a boy in my class had similar looks. Sidney Poitier in Lilies of the Field and To Sir with Love was super cute. I went more for Robert Redford's smile and blond hair than Paul Newman's eyes. Robert Conrad in Baa Baa Black Sheep was mesmerizing, and I actually saw him from almost close up on my college campus with his daughter way back when. And ya have to love James Earl Jones for that voice!


Sam Heughan as Jamie Fraser in Outlander is probably the current crush. sam.jpg

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@DeahWA Yes Robert Redford in "The Way We Were".  James Garner was perfection in the movie "Murphy's Romance"  with Sally Field. Sidney Poitier "A Patch Of Blue." Robert Conrad was a cutie too.  Good list!  ---  Christine

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